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surnametitle of the comment / feedbackcomment / feedbacksubmittednum
HYNAMArthur Hynam/Herbert and Harold OsmondThank you so much Charles for sending the picture of my ancestors gravestone. One of the names that stand out for me is Herbert John Sherbourne Osmond (my great Uncle). He died in WW1 1914 - France and Flanders.

HYNAMArthur Hynam/Herbert and Harold OsmondThank you so much Charles for sending the picture of my ancestors gravestone. One of the names that stand out for me is Herbert John Sherbourne Osmond (my great Uncle). He died in WW1 1914 - France and Flanders.

PITCHFORTHStanistreet - ANCESTORS OF PITCHFORTHMany thanks for your speedy service

WAGHORNWilliam WaghornMany thanks for image, received almost instantly.

BACKHOUSEbackhousethank you as always good photo

GOODACREWhat a useful website to help trace relatives. Thanks.Any Goodacre's.

PARSLEYFamily historyThank you for providing these photographs.

GORINGFamily historyWhat an amazing resource, thank you.

NEWSHAMThank youThank you. As always a first stop when looking for a grave in Yorkshire.

SHARMANWhat a wonderful siteI have found a handful of photos of gravestones for my ancestors on this site. I really appreciate those people prepared to photo the gravestones and maintain this site. The help is much appreciated

BAKERGeorge and Sophia Bakers HeadstoneI had a quick look on the internet to see if I could find my 4x great grandparents headstone, and here it is in Blagdon.What a brilliant find.

NICHOLSONElizabeth NicholsonMany thanks for the photo of Elizabeth Nicholson's headstone - which I received - you do a wonderful job with this website - and I will certainly try and help in some small way - again many thanks

TOMLINSONA useful resource thank you.A useful resource thank you.

ASHLEEGravestone imageThank you for your time and effort in providing this service. The high resolution image of the gravestone was excellent, and received within 24 hours.

MINTERName on memorial Arthur Minter Thanks do much for sending the image over so quickly. As I wont be able to visit the cemetery in person yet, its so great to be able to see something real to help being my family history research to life. Thank you for all the time and effort you have so clearly put into this website - I'll be using it again to see what other ancestors I can find more information on. VERY MUCH APPRECIATED! Just for extra information, the full name of my ancestor is Arthur Edward Minter (1865-1880)

POOLEYThank you!Thank you very much for providing such an excellent service.

My thanks once again for providing such My thanks once again for providing such an excellent service!

Gravestone PhotosMuch appreciated is the help you give in supplying gravestone images. From information given many a child has been found and applied to my family tree. Well done to the volunteers

HOBBSFantastic resourceThank you for providing such a great resource. It is unlikely, in the near term, that I will be able to visit (in person) all of the Churchyards and cemetery’s where my Ancestors are buried. It is so great to be able to see their final resting places and headstones due to the generosity of others. I shall certainly be looking to see if I can return the favour by photographing monuments in my area.

PEACOCKPeacocks in YorkshireOnce again GPR has come up trumps! Thank you for creating and maintaining this resource, every once in a while I find a gem and it helps me to break down a brick wall.

KEELANKeelan family history leading to Manchester EnglandMany thanks for providing this photo in such speedy fashion. Am investigating James Keelan born in Ireland 1833 married to Anne Carolan,who may be the O'Hagan's daughter. This will help. Thanks again-Cheers

HUBANDWonderful Service!Thank you again for your rapid response and high-quality image. It has, as always, helped immensely in my research. Not much remains relating to women who lived so long ago, and this photo was invaluable in identifying Jane Huband Pollen.

FITZ-HENRYThank youThanks for the high resolution image of Ann Jane NELSON's (nee Faught) gravestone. I have referenced it on Wikitree where I am fleshing out this family tree. If anyone is interested in looking at their bois, please start at

Mystery solvedOnce again this site has provided the answer to a mystery thank to everyone involved.

SEELYInvaluable helpMany thanks for all those involved in providing this wonderful site. It is a valuable resource for all those with a passion for family history and great consolation to find where family members are buried.

RICHARDSONMaria Richardson nee WrightWright is such a common name that it has been difficult to sort it out but this gravestone picture has cleared up so many questions - thanks

THURLOWGreat resourceThank you for a fabulous resource. Very useful, especially for those of us thousands of miles away in Oz! Very user-friendly, as well.

LINGThank youExcellent service for family history researchers

I think Charles Sale deserves at least aI think Charles Sale deserves at least an MBE for this wonderful service he provides out of the goodness of his heart. Thank you Mr Sale.

TERVITmore info on datesThank you for all your work! My grandma told me years ago we had a family plot within the necropolis, and one day I'd love to come and visit. Your research has helped me find some family members. I'd like to add dates of family info currently highlighted in red to image 37928; Mary Tervit 1831-1908, Alan Hamilton West, husband, 1828-1901, John lawson, brother of Mary, 1827- 1890.

MERIFIELDGreat resource Another swift and excellent service in providing an image of this headstone. Thank you

READThank youThank you for giving your time to adminsiter this service.

BURNETTThank youThanks you so much for these images, and for the detail. What a valuable resource and service you provide. I'll visit the graveyard to find out more and offer to help in whatever way.


LUMLEYJohn Robert LumleyAn original image of John Robert Lumley's grave exists as a carte de visite on Andrew Dally's site: PS No relation to this guy - just doing my bit!

ERSKINEErskine grave markers in Angus/ PerthshireTrying to ID places in Perthshire & Angus where my wife's family are memorialised to visit soon. It has helped us to pinpoint places to visit.

PAVELYGreat resourceThank you for making this resource available it is an easy to use website with clear and concise instructions for those who are not savvy with how these things work.

BOUTCHERGreat find on internetWow. I did not know this existed. What a great find. Thank you so much

Thank you for this wonderful free resourThank you for this wonderful free resource. It has been most helpful in historical research.

HANKEYResearching family.Charles, thank you for the service you provide. Regards Julian

GOLDSTEINGoldsteinThank you so much for your time and effort which is free to all. I am still checking to see if the Clara Goldstein grave is my 4x g-grandmother and hope it is. I would never have been able to get to Paris to find the grave myself. Please keep up the good work.

FORTCorrectionFull name:Adam Clapperton FORT born 1844 Wife: Annie Maria FORT

DAVIDSONDavidson GravestonesThank you so much for providing an image of J Dent Davidson, his wife and daughter.

BORRETTThank youThank you so much for the image of the gravestone of my direct ancestor William Borrett. What a great service

PLATTENPlatten familyThank you so much for this image, I am very touched to see it. I now live in Suffolk and it is touching to find that this is close to where my family roots are. I will be visiting Beeston church soon.

GARLANDGARLAND, THOMAS - Quick response, excellent resource I am so pleased that I got a response in a matter of minutes. This site is a wonderful resource when you can’t just hop in the car and drive to the cemetery. Thank you so much for everything you’ve done for the rest of us. Much appreciated.

DIBBThank you thank you Thank you so much for your kind efforts and free service in providing gravestone photographs. Much appreciated, indeed!!

SLYGreat resource Thank you again for the great service you provide. My request for an image was met within a few hours.

PLUNKETTPLUNKETT JOHN MCFARLANE - Many thanks!Thankyou Charles for being so prompt in sending the photo of John McFarlane & James Plunkett's headstone. I found your website last night & was so happy to find that this info was available what's more free.Thankyou again. Noreen Hassett

CAMPBELLThank you.Rsally appreciate this service. As I live in Canada I would never get to see these markers in person. James and Emma Campbell


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